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reclusion

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recluse +‎ -ion

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reclusion (uncountable)

  1. Life as a recluse
    • 2008 May 18, Stephen Metcalf, “Provence Profound”, New York Times:
      Every few years, a fresh wave of urbanites head north for a restorative of wilderness reclusion and pioneer roughing it, only to be made fun of by their predecessors as despoilers and effete poseurs.

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